COVID-19 vaccination site in Colorado closes after adverse reactions to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Thirteen people at a COVID-19 vaccination site in Colorado had unfriendly responses to the Johnson and Johnson vaccine on Wednesday — closing down tasks for the afternoon, a report said.

Officials didn’t uncover the kinds of responses endured by under 1 percent of the in excess of 1,700 people offered chances at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, report.

The vaccination exertion was being supported by the state and Centura Health. In excess of 600 people with appointments Wednesday couldn’t get their vaccinations after the early conclusion.

“We followed our conventions and in a plenitude of alert, settled on the choice — in association with the state — to stop tasks for the rest of the day,” Centura Health officials said in the articulation acquired by the paper.

People with appointments who were dismissed will be rescheduled to get their shots at an alternate site on Sunday.